In this MSc research titled 'Resilient cities and the porosity of borders: A socio-psychological study of open/closed neighbourhoods and resilience amongst youth in London', Mario ...more
This post is written by Sai Kalvapalle, MSc student 2016/17 of Organisational and Social Psychology. Sai is currently a PhD candidate at the Department of ...more
The Bridging Theory and Practice meeting held on 12 September, 2017, at the London School of Economics brought together representatives from the private sector, donor ...more
24th October 17.30 - 20.00
Sheikh Zayed Theatre
The LSE Global Health Initiative is a new, cross-departmental research platform set up to increase the coherence and visibility of ...more
In this blog, Sai Kalvapalle investigates the underlying metaphors in people’s social psychological conceptualizations of dating and Tinder. The findings of this exploration reveal economic ...more
Dr Tom Reader and Dr Alex Gillespie reflect on the process of developing a tool to measure organisational culture ‘unobtrusively’, and its potential value for ...more
A new study from Brett Heasman and Alex Gillespie has been published in Autism which highlights an important methodological and theoretical gap in understanding autistic ...more
PBS’s Professor Cathy Campbell presented a wealth of work dedicated to issues in Global Health at the internal launch of a new multidisciplinary LSE Global Health ...more
This post originally appeared on the 'Parenting for a digital future' blog from the Department of Media and Communications.
Marina Everri takes a closer look at ...more
Dr Alex Gillespie and Dr Tom Reader consider how organizational culture can be researched from 'outside' an organization and what dimensions could be of particular interest ...more
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